Top 10 Biorxiv Papers Today in Plant Biology


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#1. A natural, conditional gene drive in plants
Anthony J Conner, Jeanne Jacobs
A new class of gene drive active in plant populations with herbicide resistance is described; a conditional gene drive that operates following herbicide application. Screening progeny from controlled crosses of Brassica napus heterozygous for an allele conferring chlorsulfuron resistance, demonstrated that the herbicide imposes in planta gametic selection against pollen and ovules with the recessive allele for herbicide susceptibility, as well as embryonic selection against embryos homozygous for the susceptible allele. We postulate that natural gene drives are common in plant populations and can operate in a conditional manner resulting in non-Mendelian inheritance in response to abiotic and biotic stresses.
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SjengNZ: Our paper on conditional gene drive in plants is now online https://t.co/CiN5P6cHNL
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RossHouston: RT @SjengNZ: Our paper on conditional gene drive in plants is now online https://t.co/CiN5P6cHNL
SaschaLaubinger: RT @biorxiv_plants: A natural, conditional gene drive in plants https://t.co/X79eoinrYM #biorxiv_plants
EmilyTelferNZ: RT @SjengNZ: Our paper on conditional gene drive in plants is now online https://t.co/CiN5P6cHNL
GenomicsNZ: RT @SjengNZ: Our paper on conditional gene drive in plants is now online https://t.co/CiN5P6cHNL
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Dunncroft: RT @SjengNZ: Our paper on conditional gene drive in plants is now online https://t.co/CiN5P6cHNL
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#2. Systemic signalling through TCTP1 controls lateral root formation in Arabidopsis
Remi Branco, Josette Masle
As in animals, the plant body plan and primary organs are established during embryogenesis. However, plants have the ability to generate new organs and functional units throughout their whole life. These are produced through the specification, initiation and differentiation of secondary meristems, governed by the intrinsic genetic program and cues from the environment. They give plants an extraordinary developmental plasticity to modulate their size and architecture according to environmental constraints and opportunities. How this plasticity is regulated at the whole organism level is still largely elusive. In particular the mechanisms regulating the iterative formation of lateral roots along the primary root remain little known. A pivotal role of auxin is well established and recently the role of local mechanical signals and oscillations in transcriptional activity has emerged. Here we provide evidence for a role of Translationally Controlled Tumor Protein (TCTP), a vital ubiquitous protein in eukaryotes. We show that...
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#3. Environmental and epigenetic regulation of Rider retrotransposons in tomato
Matthias Benoit, Hajk-Georg Drost, Marco Catoni, Quentin Gouil, Sara Lopez-Gomollon, David Charles Baulcombe, Jerzy Paszkowski
Transposable elements in crop plants are the powerful drivers of phenotypic variation that has been selected during domestication and breeding programs. In tomato, transpositions of the LTR (long terminal repeat) retrotransposon family Rider have contributed to various phenotypes of agronomical interest, such as fruit shape and colour. However, the mechanisms regulating Rider activity are largely unknown. We have developed a bioinformatics pipeline for the functional annotation of retrotransposons containing LTRs and defined all full-length Rider elements in the tomato genome. Subsequently, we showed that accumulation of Rider transcripts and transposition intermediates in the form of extrachromosomal DNA is triggered by drought stress and relies on abscisic acid signalling. We provide evidence that residual activity of Rider is controlled by epigenetic mechanisms involving siRNAs and the RNA-dependent DNA methylation pathway. Finally, we demonstrate the broad distribution of Rider-like elements in other plant species, including...
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toheitka: New information on the #epigenetic regulation of the Rider #transposon in #tomato 🍅 from @Matt_Ben_, @HajkDrost, @CatmaCator et al. 📚 https://t.co/2O1zon5RYU 🍅& baseline Rider info from @DamonLisch's review https://t.co/ajVrjBKG7G) Nice! https://t.co/5J4VvUayx8
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#4. Plant seeds are primed by herbivore-induced plant volatiles
Abhinav Kumar Maurya, Leila Pazouki, Christopher Frost
Mature plants can detect and respond to herbivore-induced plant volatiles (HIPVs) by priming or directly activating defenses against future herbivores. Whether other plant life stages can respond to HIPVs in similar manners is poorly understood. For example, seeds are known to respond to a variety of environment cues that are essential for proper germination timing and survival. Seeds may also be exposed to HIPVs prior to germination, and such exposure may affect the growth, development, and defense profiles when the seeds grow into mature plants. Here, we investigated the effect of seed exposure to common HIPVs on growth, reproduction and defense characteristics in the model plants Arabidopsis thaliana and Medicago truncatula. Of all the HIPVs tested, indole specifically reduced both beet armyworm growth on A. thaliana and pea aphid fecundity on M. truncatula. Induction of defense genes was not affected by seed exposure to indole in either plant species, suggesting that seed priming operates independently of induced resistance....
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#5. Estimation the porosity of the valves of centric diatom Minidiscus vodyanitskiyi Lyakh & Bedoshvili using SEM images
Anton Lyakh, Yekaterina D. Bedoshvili, Olga V. Shikhat
The diatoms interact with the outer environment through the siliceous walls of a frustule. Because of that the surface area of the frustule determines the ability of diatoms to absorb and excrete material resources. Such as unicellular organisms exchange matter only through the pores in their cell wall, to find relationships between characteristics of material fluxes and surface area of microorganism cover that is penetrable for substance, it is necessary to estimate the total surface area of pores or a porosity-relative area of pores perforated frustule. In the paper we describe a method of estimating the porosity of a diatom valve using SEM images. The method is tested on SEM images of the valves of centric diatom Minidiscus vodyanitskiyi recently described from the Sea of Azov. The results show that the valves porosity is less than 5 % of the total valves area. This value is consistent with the relative perforation of land plants leaves, which is less than 3%. We hypothesize that such value of diatom valves porosity is usual...
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#6. A network of transcriptional repressors mediates auxin response specificity
Teva Vernoux, Jekaterina Truskina, Jingyi Han, Carlos S Galvan-Ampudia, Stéphanie Lainé, Géraldine Brunoud, Silvana Porco, Anne-Maarit Bågman, Margot E Smit, Malcolm Bennett, François Roudier, Siobhan M Brady, Anthony Bishopp
The regulation of signalling capacity plays a pivotal role in setting developmental patterns in both plants and animals. The hormone auxin is a key signal for plant growth and development that acts through the AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR (ARF) transcription factors. A subset of these ARFs comprises transcriptional activators of target genes in response to auxin, and are essential for regulating auxin signalling throughout the plant lifecycle. While ARF activators show tissue-specific expression patterns, it is unknown how their expression patterns are established. Chromatin modifications and accessibility studies revealed the chromatin of loci encoding ARF activators is constitutively open for transcription. Using a high-throughput yeast one-hybrid (Y1H) approach, we discovered a network of transcriptional regulators of ARF activator genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. Expression analyses demonstrated that the majority of these regulators act as repressors of ARF transcription in planta. Our observations support a scenario where the...
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PierreMarcDelau: Extremely exciting work by @teva_vernoux et al. in @biorxivpreprint showing how "constitutively open" chromatin and repressors lead to specific regulation of ARF gene expression. https://t.co/Ir8CEYVXWa
SPPS_Ed_Com: New Results in BioRXiv: A network of transcriptional repressors mediates auxin response specificity. https://t.co/6dZk5TOcnJ https://t.co/iQkSsWWczB
nobolly: A network of transcriptional repressors mediates auxin response specificity | bioRxiv https://t.co/Y6KTogaX4Q
teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bishopp @cpib_nottingham
Scotanist: @teva_vernoux great preprint! https://t.co/oRpqiFXN1f. Striking similarity between intronless-ARF7 and ARF7 in nf-yb9. Does ARF7 intron have a NF-YB9 binding site?
PromPreprint: A network of transcriptional repressors mediates auxin response specificity https://t.co/lw73d5EPTg
JasonWilliamsNY: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
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AP_Mahonen: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
AlexisMaizel: RT @biorxiv_plants: A network of transcriptional repressors mediates auxin response specificity https://t.co/UbReJhUDeE #biorxiv_plants
cpib_nottingham: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
DvonWangenheim: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
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oconnord: RT @biorxiv_plants: A network of transcriptional repressors mediates auxin response specificity https://t.co/UbReJhUDeE #biorxiv_plants
TalkPlant: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
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Jan_de_Vries: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
coudertlab: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
RDPlab: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
charodelgenio: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
AntiaVascular: RT @teva_vernoux: What makes a cell responsive to auxin: https://t.co/mKACwJyzfn - excellent collaboration between @RDPlab and Anthony Bish…
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#7. Development of plant regeneration and Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation methodology for Physalis pruinosa
Kerry Swartwood, Joyce M Van Eck
Physalis pruinosa, also known as groundcherry, produces a small, yellow, highly nutritious edible fruit that is enveloped by a papery husk. In order for the potential of large-scale production of P. pruinosa fruit to be realized, undesirable characteristics, such as an unmanageable, sprawling growth habit and extensive fruit drop, need to be improved by exploiting approaches available through plant breeding, genetic engineering, and gene editing. In this study, we established plant regeneration and Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated methods to allow application of genetic engineering and gene editing of P. pruinosa. Cotyledon and hypocotyl explants from 7 - 8-day-old in vitro-grown seedlings were assessed for plant regeneration. Explants were cultured for 2 weeks on a Murashige and Skoog salts-based medium that contained 2 mg/L zeatin followed by transfer to medium containing 1 mg/L zeatin. Only hypocotyl explants regenerated shoots. Hypocotyl explants were infected with Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain AGL1 containing the pJL33...
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#8. Identification of the Calmodulin-dependent NAD+ kinase sustaining the elicitor-induced oxidative burst in plants
Elisa Dell'Aglio, Cecile Giustini, Alexandra Kraut, Yohann Coute, Christian Mazars, Michel Matringe, Giovanni Finazzi, Gilles Curien
NADP(H) is an essential cofactor of multiple metabolic processes in all living organisms. While NADP+ production in plants has long been known to involve a Calmodulin (CaM)/Ca2+-dependent NAD+ kinase, the nature of the enzyme catalyzing this activity has remained enigmatic, as well as its role in plant physiology. Here, we identify an Arabidopsis P-loop ATPase (At1g04280) with a bacterial type II zeta toxin domain, that catalyzes NADP+ production upon binding of CaM/Ca2+ to a domain located in its N-terminal region. The encoded protein (NADKc-1) is associated with the mitochondria and amplifies the elicitor-induced oxidative burst in Arabidopsis leaves representing the missing link between calcium signalling and metabolism in the response to pathogen elicitor. By analysis of various plants and algae, we show that NADKc is well conserved in the plant lineage and present in basal plants. Our data allows proposing that the CaM-dependent NAD kinase activity is only found in photosynthetic species carrying NADKc-1 related proteins,...
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#9. Molecular characterization of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii telomeres and telomerase mutants
Stephan Eberhard, Sona Valuchova, Julie Ravat, Pascale Jolivet, Sandrine Bujaldon, Stéphane D Lemaire, Francis-André Wollman, Maria Teresa Teixeira, Karel Riha, Zhou Xu
Telomeres are repeated sequences found at the end of the linear chromosomes of most eukaryotes and are required for chromosome integrity. They shorten with each cell division because of the end-replication problem. Expression of the reverse transcriptase telomerase allows for extension of telomeric repeats to counteract telomere shortening. Although Chlamydomonas reinhardtii , a photosynthetic unicellular green alga, is widely used as a model organism in photosynthesis and flagella research, and for biotechnological applications, the biology of its telomeres has not been investigated in depth. Here, we show that the C. reinhardtii (TTTTAGGG)n telomeric repeats are mostly non-degenerate and that the telomeres form a protective structure, ending with a 3' overhang. While telomere size and length distributions are stable under various standard growth conditions, they vary substantially between 12 genetically close reference strains. Finally, we identify CrTERT , the gene encoding the catalytic subunit of telomerase and show that...
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Zhou_Xu_: The green alga C. reinhardtii experiences telomere shortening and replicative senescence when telomerase is mutated! Great collaboration with Stephan Eberhard from the Wollman lab and with @karlriha. Building on the seminal papers by @judithberman11. https://t.co/jBp0tqwHhf
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#10. Comparative Population Genomics of Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Reveals Its Cultivation and Breeding History in China
Haofeng Chen, Chengzhi Jiao, Ying Wang, Yuange Wang, Caihuan Tian, Haopeng Yu, Jing Wang, Xiangfeng Wang, Fei Lu, Xiangdong Fu, Yongbiao Xue, Wenkai Jiang, Hongqing Ling, Hongfeng Lu, Yuling Jiao
The evolution of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) is distinctive in that domestication, natural hybridization, and allopolyploid speciation have all had significant effects on the diversification of its genome. Wheat was spread around the world by humans and has been cultivated in China for ~4,600 years. Here, we report a comprehensive assessment of the evolution of wheat based on the genome-wide resequencing of 120 representative landraces and elite wheat accessions from China and other representative regions. We found substantially higher genetic diversity in the A and B subgenomes than in the D subgenome. Notably, the A and B subgenomes of the modern Chinese elite cultivars were mainly derived from European landraces, while Chinese landraces had a greater contribution to their D subgenomes. The duplicated copies of homoeologous genes from the A, B, and D subgenomes were commonly found to be under different levels of selection. Our genome-wide assessment of the genetic changes associated with wheat breeding in China provides new...
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